Profile of Sandy Kemsley
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is a systems architect and analyst who specializes in BPM and Enterprise 2.0.
Articles by Sandy Kemsley
posted in June 2008
Fujitsu is releasing version 10 of its Interstage BPM, and I had a chance for an in-depth demo a few weeks ago in advance of the recent announcement. ...Most exciting, I think, is full support for multi-tenanting to allow for shared services and SaaS. Key new features in Studio V10 include...
...The focus of the panel was on the adoption of micro-blogging in the enterprise (with a strong focus on Twitter)... Micro blogging allows us to exploit the power of weak ties. It changes the velocity of when we get to the value, or "a-ha", moment... Fitton live-tweeted her ideas on the advantages of micro-blogging in the enterprise...
I had a great one-hour session here with Jeff Schick, VP of social networking at IBM, and Joan DiMicco who came to IBM after doing media studies at MIT and is one of the key people behind Beehive. There were only seven of us... giving us an opportunity to have an informal roundtable discussion: a sort of social networking nerd heaven.
My first session here at Enterprise 2.0 is a keynote by Google's Rishi Chandra... The focus is cloud computing, and how the trends in consumer applications are starting to bleed over into the enterprise world. Chandra discussed four trends that will accelerate adoption of cloud computing among enterprises...
Unlike the death-from-a-thousand-cuts method inflicted by IBM on FileNet's business process management suite, Oracle is more like the Borg: BEA is being assimilated, and fast... Oracle is doing exactly what I thought IBM should have done with FileNet: split up the product where it made sense and merge those pieces into similar teams that already exist...